Restaurant: City Tavern
9739 Culver Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
Interior Swag: Exposed steel beams, wood rafters, and brick walls, large chalkboard menu, booths, shared community tables, and cocktail tables. Very urban industrial feel filled with young professionals and local residents.
Service: Eli was an excellent server. Although she was busy, she was very attentive and could answer any questions we had about the long list of draft beer selections.
Food and Drink: We chose to enjoy some beer and sample their tapas-style menu. I enjoyed the fact that you could order a "taste" of beer. It comes in a small 4 oz glass, that way you can sample a few and get a feel for what you like. I'm never crazy about the tapas-style menu since I always feel like I've had more to drink than eat, but what we ordered we inhaled: meatballs, baby greens salad, grilled crudites, and because we were still hungry after all that, french fries.
Go-Back-Again-Ness: I'd go back, although only if I want to learn sign language first. The place is SO loud, that you can't even hear the person sitting across from you, so end up yelling through your "dinner".